Australia’s leading summit for philanthropy is going online, with the event to be held as a virtual conference in 2020.

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Generosity Forum is going ahead as a virtual conference.

Australia’s leading annual summit for philanthropy will be held online as a virtual conference in 2020, in line with social distancing guidelines during the COVID-19 epidemic.

The Generosity Forum is an annual conference that provides insights, inspiration, best practice, new developments and case studies from those leading change in philanthropy.

In 2020, the conference will make the move to a virtual event, with the full program to be delivered as a virtual conference on May 5.

As an added bonus, there is a $125 discount off the earlybird price to everyone who registers for Generosity Forum before the extended earlybird deadline of 2 April.

Alternatively, organisations can now also register for a great value 5-user or 10-user pass, saving up to $498 per-user off the regular price for Generosity.

What is a virtual conference?

Virtual conferencing, also known as webcasting, is a proven technology that has been around for years.

For the Generosity Forum, this means delegates and presenters will access the conference via the internet from their computer, laptop, or smart phone.

An experienced webcasting company has been hired to help host the conference.

How you benefit from Generosity becoming a virtual conference

1. You still get to see all the great content

With the current coronavirus situation, gatherings and meetings in the physical world are unable to take place.

Going ‘virtual’ means the conference can still go ahead. So you won’t miss out on the great topics, insights, case studies and inspiration delivered by our presenters.

2. You actually get to see ALL the content – not just some of it

Like many conferences, Generosity Forum breaks into concurrent sessions for part of the day. This means you have to make a choice between seeing certain sessions and missing others.

Because all the sessions are recorded and will be made available online to you for a period after the conference, you can access all the sessions you would have otherwise missed.

A virtual conference with inspiration and insights from Australia’s leading philanthropists

At the 2020 Generosity Forum you’ll hear a great mix of insight, inspiration, best practice, new developments and case studies from those leading change in Australian philanthropy. Don’t miss out!

3. Login from your office or home – even if you’re in self-isolation

No matter where you are, you can access the conference as long as you have an internet connection. So virtual conferences allow great flexibility and convenience for attending.

4. No interstate travel or accommodation expenses

Many of our delegates come from interstate to attend the physical conference – which adds to the cost of attending. However, there’s no need to travel to attend a virtual conference so there’s no added expense.

5. BONUS $125 earlybird discount

We appreciate some of you may be disappointed that the conference is not going ahead as a physical event and that the experience may not be the same as being there in person.

We are therefore offering a $125 discount off the earlybird price for Generosity Forum to everyone who registers before the earlybird deadline of 2 April.

6. Organisational Multi-User Online Access Pass now available

You can now lock in even bigger discounts for your organisation by signing up for a new Organisational Multi-User Online Access Pass:

  • a 5-user pass will save you up to $398 per user over the regular registration price
  • a 10-user pass will save you up to $498 over the regular single-user registration price

7. Earlybird discount extended to 2 April

The past weeks have certainly been chaotic.

To help you take advantage of these new offers, we’ve extended the earlybird special to Thursday 2 April.

At the 2020 Generosity Forum you’ll hear a great mix of insight, inspiration, best practice, new developments and case studies from those leading change in Australian philanthropy. Don’t miss out!

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